Contrary to the oft-repeated slogan, the United States has negotiated with terrorists before. And we will do it again.
There’s little evidence for the conservative contention that the President has damaged America’s position in the world.
Far right parties are succeeding in Europe because the mainstream parties aren’t offering an alternative.
We spend more per capita than any other country in the world and yet we are outperformed on a key metric, life expectancy, by a large number of countries
The economy of the Euro Zone remains in quiet dire straits, unless you’re lucky enough to live in Germany.
NSA Director General Keith Alexander really doesn’t like the idea of a free press.
President Obama has appointed a lot of donor’s and supporters to plumb Ambassadorial slots. That’s not at all unusual.
Absent DOMA, the Full Faith and Credit Clause would seem to make gay marriage legal across the land.
Large numbers of younger workers are having trouble finding work in many parts of the developed world.
Providing a little context for Pope Francis’ background+Erick Erickson needs to learn a little history.
The notion that guns prevent tyranny is based on fantasy and movies, not reality.
Will a disagreement over accounting rules increase the bad feelings between China and the U. S.?
Mitt Romney continues to trail the President very badly among Latino voters. That could be a big problem in November.
There is a disturbing trend in Western nations toward enforcement of laws against “insulting” religions.
The Wall Street Journal publishes a screed aimed at those about to graduate college.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti admits that the fight over the eurozone crisis is opening some old wounds.
A Washington Post fact check calls this “true but false.”